What Is Your Dominant Emotional Language?

Deep inside, we each have a dominant emotional language that only we can understand. Sometimes that language is "diligence" or "positivity," other times it's speaking in tongues. What's your dominant emotional language? Take these 10 quiz questions and find out!

Question 1/10
Would you pick up a hitchhiker?
I don't even drive, how would I do this?
Yes, if they looked harmless.
Only if I knew them.
I would never pick up a hitchhiker.

Question 2/10
What do you like most about your job?
Pretty much getting paid.
My coworkers are pretty great.
The benefits are good.
I love working from home.

Question 3/10
Which word best describes you in the morning?

Question 4/10
How would you describe your driving?

Question 5/10
How often do you take naps?
I never take naps
I nap every chance I get
I nap on the weekends
I nap when I have time

Question 6/10
Which type of photos do you post online most often?
Family photos
Helpful quotes
Food pics

Question 7/10
What makes you most nervous?
Public speaking
Going to the dentist
Driving on the highway
Talking on the phone

Question 8/10
Which of the holidays do you like most?
Valentine's Day

Question 9/10
What do you do to relieve stress?
I drink
I take walks
I meditate or pray
I do yoga

Question 10/10
How would you describe your laugh?
Big and bold
Soft and quiet
I snort when I laugh
Quiet and giggly
Your dominant emotional language is diligence! You're the type of person who always finishes what they start. Whether it's a book or a project, you're in it for the long haul. You're very driven and organized, which can lead others to see you as a bit of a task master. You strive to make a life you can be proud of, even if it means long work hours and a lot of phone calls.

Your dominant emotional language is positivity! When the going gets tough- you get even tougher. Even when everything is going wrong, you can still find a way to keep your head held high and hold on to your sense of optimism and hope.

Your emotional language is distance! While those you trust do not see you as distant, friends and co-workers might see you as closed off or introverted. You're a very deep thinker and someone who craves lots of time alone to recharge. Sometimes, social interactions can leave you feeling drained. Distance is truly what brings you back to life.

Your emotional language is compassion! You're the type of person who can cry during a commercial and then be smiling again a few seconds later. You feel deeply for everyone around you, so much so, that doing for others can dominate your emotional life. When you care for someone, you don't hold back in the slightest.